Imagine a beautiful, quality stainless steel railing, the perfect finishing touch for your outdoor project, but you're worried that you or your contractor will be overwhelmed with a thousand pieces to install and an overly complicated instruction manual.
Well, guess what? Installing a fabulous railing is much easier than you think and amazingly friendly to your wallet. CLEARVIEW railing systems are designed to be easy to install for just about everyone. If you can use a level, a tape measure and drill, then you can handle the installation. To begin, simply send us a rough drawing, including the railing, height, stairs and the top rail you want.
We'll provide an estimate, review it, check dimensions and make final adjustments. When you're happy, simply approve it, and we'll fabricate your railing system and ship it to you. Your railing system comes in small, easy to handle boxes, no blocky pallet to wrestle with. And, because everything's pre fabricated there's no need to worry about field cutting or trimming to make it fit. You or your contractor just follow the instructions and lay it out, install and enjoy.
Before you know it, you'll have a stainless steel railing of great beauty at a great price. To get started, email us or call today.
How-To Guide: 5 Step DIY Process for Railing Systems Under the Clearview® Brand
What is a Railing System Under the Clearview® Brand?
A railing system under the Clearview® brand has been manufactured off-site and specially designed to meet your specifications. AGS Stainless designs and manufactures railing systems under the Clearview® brand, which include Rainier cable railing systems, Glacier panel railing systems, and Olympus bar railing systems.
Table of Contents
- Step 1: Send Rough Drawing
- Step 2: Review and Approve
- Step 3: Components Are Fabricated
- Step 4: Components Are Shipped
- Step 5: Install with Instructions
Step 1: Send a Rough Drawing of the Railing System Project with Dimensions, Applications, and Specifications to AGS Stainless.
Dimensions are used throughout the design and manufacturing processes at AGS Stainless. In addition, railing height and spacing are regulated by the International Building Code (IBC) and local government codes for safety purposes. A railing system applicaiton on a flat surface like a deck, patio, balcony, or veranda that doesn't include stairs will be simpler to design and manufacture because less customization is involved. Cost estimates are dependent on the top rail, infill, finish, and hardware specifications.
Step 2: Review and Approve the Railing System Cost Estimate from AGS Stainless.
Every estimate is complete free regardless of project size. In the case of improper measurement, an estimate will be incorrect. Railing system estimates can be approved by email, fax, or in-person, but a written signature or an email record is required.
Step 3: Your Railing System Will Be Fabricated Off-Site
Railing systems are fabricated off-site to fit perfectly out-of-the-box, so there won't be a need for cutting, welding, or finishing on-site.
Step 4: Your Railing System Components Will Ship in Small, Easy to Handle Boxes.
Every estimate is completely free regardless of the project size. In the case of improper measurement, an estimate will be incorrect. Railing system estimates can be approved by email, fax, or in-person, but a written signature or an email record is required.
Step 5: Follow the Instructions to Perform a DIY Installation or an Installation with the Help of a Contractor
Step-by-step installation instructions will ship with the components for a railing system project. Specialized cable railing tools like cutters and crimpers will need to be purchased or rented for Rainier cable railing systems under the Clearview® brand.
Clearview® railing systems are designed to be easy to install for just about everyone. If you can use a level, a tape measure and drill, then you can handle the installation.